OSHO: Why is Communication so Difficult Particularly Between Lovers? …

OSHO: Why is Communication so Difficult Particularly Between Lovers? …


OSHO OSHO TALKS: silence shared in words OSHO International Foundation presents Osho: Why is Communication so Difficult, Particularly between Lovers? These discourses are the foundations of your meditation. Sitting with me in these discourses is nothing but creating more and more meditativeness in you. I don’t speak to teach something; I speak to create something. These are not lectures; these are simply a device for you to become silent. — Osho Why is communication so difficult, particularly between lovers? Premda, communication as such is difficult. Of course it is more difficult between lovers. But first you have to understand the general difficulty of communication. Each mind has been conditioned by different parents, different teachers, different priests, different politicians. It is a different world in itself. And when two minds try to communicate, as far as the ordinary mundane things are concerned, there is no difficulty. But the moment they start moving beyond things into the world of concepts, communication starts becoming more and more difficult. For example, Gautam the Buddha does not have any God in his philosophy. He is far more free from God than even Friedrich Nietzsche. At least Friedrich Nietzsche states that God is dead. The implication is clear that it used to be alive, now it is dead. Gautam Buddha does not talk about God at all. It is so irrelevant that he does not pay any attention to the subject. Now to a Christian, or to a Hindu, or to a Mohammedan, it is impossible to conceive of a religion without God. God is the center of most of the religions. Only three religions are free of God. One is Gautam Buddha’s, another is Mahavira’s, and the third is Lao Tzu’s. When for the first time Christian missionaries came in contact with Buddhist scriptures they could not even conceive of the idea that a religion can be without a god. What kind of religion will there be if there is no God? How are you going to pray? To whom? Who is going to send his prophets and his only begotten son? Who is going to send saviors for you? Who is going to judge whether you are to be sent to hell or heaven? God removed, hell and heaven are also removed. God removed, punishment and reward are also removed. God removed, the very idea of judgment is removed. Then there is no sin, and no virtue. Who will decide it? And they were even more surprised that Gautam Buddha is known by his disciples — and now even by those who are not disciples — as Bhagwan Gautam Buddha. Now ‘Bhagwan’ means God. This was very puzzling. Gautam Buddha does not believe in any God. How did he even allow his disciples to address him as Bhagwan? The same is the situation with Jainism. They are even more strict about the absence of God. Buddha simply ignores the whole subject. It is not worth any consideration. Jainism does not leave it, because there is a danger of the whole thing cropping up again, once Mahavira is gone. He wants it to be clearly stated that there is no God, and there has never been any God, and there is no creation because there is no creator. It is an evolving world. What Charles Darwin found two thousand years afterwards was known to Mahavira, that it is not a creation, it is an evolving world. It has been forever here and will be forever here. The whole concept of creation and a creator is just idiotic. This is a preview of a longer OSHO Talk which is now available for translation with the OSHO Talks Video Translation Project at www.oshotalks.info The full video will become available after subtitling and translation is completed. Join the project and sign up for this talk. A joined venture of dotSUB and OSHO International Foundation Copyright© OSHO International Foundation, Switzerland – OSHO is a registered trademark of OSHO International Foundation

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    Shyam prasad ms

    I got influenced by this great philosopher during my PUC days. he is fantastic man who is giving solutions to various problems in life.

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    weewee33wee44

    I respect this mentor .. but i do believe that GOD is there and should be there for the sake of final eternal justice ☘️ peace

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    writermachine80

    The title of the video is a bit misleading. But perhaps that is the point, since so many people are enmeshed in the trivialities of everyday romances and fleeting infatuations?

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    Jack TheRipper

    Osho international thank you for video .I think Osho speaks very easy thus if these videos didn't have subtitles that would be okey too. and lately YouTube auto generated subtitles are very good at least for english.

    So can you please upload the full videos of osho?
    Thank you again.

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    Mohcin Tahimi

    I think he want to give an example of why communication is difficult and the concept of god it's a good one you can see that through out history there are many understanding of what god mean

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